If you are looking for some new recipes using Beyond Meat, this recipe round-up is for you! From vegan burgers, salads to pasta, there are so many different ways to use Beyond Meat products.
Vegan products have come such along way since I first became vegan over 15 years ago. There wasn't much of a selection of vegan products to choose from at your local grocery store. That definitely isn't the case now. You can now readily find vegan products that actually taste delicious at your local supermarket.
Most chain grocery stores now carry a wide range of vegan products—including Beyond Meat. Even if you live in an area without a natural foods store or Whole Foods, you can easily find a large selection of vegan products.
I know that processed vegan food isn't for everyone and I completely understand. But I do think vegan processed foods like Beyond Meat is a great option for many people.
Whether you've been vegan for over 15 years or just someone who is looking to incorporate more meatless meals into their diet, Beyond Meat is a great choice.
These recipes using Beyond Meat use either Beyond Burgers, Beyond Beef, Beyond Sausage or Beyond Meatballs.
is beyond meat healthy?
It depends on your definition of what is healthy. What is healthy for someone, might not be for someone else.
The plant-based meats are a good source of fiber, folate and iron while containing less saturated fat than ground beef.
Some people might choose to avoid Beyond Meat because it is heavily processed. But I have to say that it's a nice option to have on the market. If you are craving a traditional burger, a Beyond Burger is the perfect replacement. Plus it's better for the plant and no animals were harmed.
what is in beyond meat?
The base of Beyond Meat is pea protein. It also contains rice protein, coconut oil, beet powder color, lemon juice extract, as well as other flavors and added vitamins and minerals.
Using beet juice and apple extract in the plant-based burgers & beef give them that meat-like color and taste that you are familiar with.
Beyond Meat is also soy free and gluten-free. A great option for those who have allergies.
Beyond Meat is also better for the enviromment. The original Beyond Burger takes significantly less water, land and energy than a ¼ lb U.S. regular beef burger.
Hopefully this recipe round-up featuring vegan recipes using Beyond Meat inspires you to try more meatless meals!